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Press Cuttings – July 28 – August 3

Press Cuttings – July 28 – August 3

- Chengwei Liu, WBS, has co-written a report suggesting consumers should pick the second best, rather than the best, companies

CBC News
- Dr Jane Barlow, WMS, comments on a new study which has found child mental abuse is as harmful as physical assaults
Also in 11 sources

- Artists impression of colliding planets from Warwick

FT Chinese
- Chancellor Sir Richard Lambert writes a comment piece on the economy

Independent (Banglesdesh)
- Lord Skidelsky, Economics, writes a comment piece on inequality in society

Informacion (Spain)
- Researcher at Warwick are working on a project to design a new microsensor that will optimize use of detergent and hot water in washing machines

K Online
- Andrew Marsh, Chemistry, has found adding nanodiamonds to washing powder makes it more effective

La Republica
- WBS has been ranked as the top online MBA

- David Fox and Anish Mistry of the University of Warwick have prepared 'olympicene', which has a 5 ring structure resembling the Olympic rings
Also in Terra (Mexico)

Medio Tiempo (Mexico)
- The Mexican football team have been training at Warwick during the Olympics

Methods of Healing
- Elizabeth Jones, Life Sciences, has made a discovery which could lead to stem cells developing a human eye in the laboratory

MSN Spain
- Lord Skidelsky, Economics, comments on how the economic crisis should make us look at how our societies operate

My Digital FC (India)
- Bharat Forge has an engineering project with Warwick

- Professor Upendra Baxi, Law, comments in an article on PILs

Times of India
– Professor Saverio Stranges, WMS, has researched levels of sleep deprivation in eight rural global locations
Also in Time
55 sources

Vitimini (Hungary)
- Researchers from the University of Warwick, led by Dr Paul Thornalley, have found that strawberries reduce risks of heart disease and cardiovascular problems

Business Voice
- Warwick is to build a new UTC on campus

Daily Mail
- Graduate Nate Barker has not been paid after being made redundant by Kate Garraway's company Goodypass

Daily Mail
- Team GBs women's football team have been training at Warwick ahead of their quarter final match in Coventry
Also in Birmingham Mail
Coventry Telegraph
Yahoo UK

Daily Mail
- Professor Saverio Stranges, WMS, comments on the benefits of selenium

Daily Telegraph
- Article on clearing, with a student who got a no from Warwick

Daily Telegraph
- An undergrad student comments about career choices and prospects

- Hani Mostafa, WMS, writes a comment piece on Gumsaver

Farmers Weekly
- Warwick is developing an anaerobic digestion system

Financial Times
- Lord Bhattacharyya, WMG, comments on UK manufacturing

Football and Sports Arena
- Dr Sue Bridgewater, WBS, has produced statistics on managerial sackings and resignations in football

- Obit of former member of staff Cathy Unwin

- Comment piece by Abhinay Muthoo, Economics, on university leadership

- Pro VC Professor Ann Caesar, Italian, comments on contact time at universities

- Dr Paul Dorfman, WBS comments on the UKs nuclear options

- Profile and interview with Warwick graduate and editor-in-chief of the Huffington Post Carla Buzasi

- Lord Skidelsky, Economics, is to give a talk on the 'good life'
Also in Independent

Medical News Today
- Dr Peter Sidebotham, WMS, comments on his study which has looked into child abuse and maltreatment in the UK
Also in Coventry Telegraph
Norwich News
9 other sources

Nano Patents and Innovations
- Eugenio Proto, Economics, has found a hint of opportunity has a powerful effect, making unfairness more acceptable to disadvantaged people
Also in UPI

Process and Control
- Cole Soutter won £1,000 as winner of he 19-24 age group of the Bosch Technology Horizons Award

Sourcing Focus
- Professor Ilan Oshri, WBS, is to research key trends into outsourcing

- WBS and RSC have teamed up to offer qualifications for teachers teaching Shakespeare

- Harry Potter actor David Bradley has been given an honorary degree by Warwick
Also in Coventry Observer
RTE (Ireland)

Sunday Times
- Someone has been arrested for the murder of graduate Neil Heywood in China

Therapy Today - Comment piece by Jeannie Wright, Director of Counselling and Psychotherapy

- Thomas Docherty, English, writes a comment piece on sabbaticals

- Warwick is bidding for the Women's Library archive

- Vice Chancellor Professor Nigel Thrift is chairing the Commission on the Future of Higher Education in England

Vegetable Farmer
– Dr Charlotte Allender, Life Sciences, comments on GM food

Your Family Tree
- The MRC holds records on the stonemasons and related workers unions

Birmingham Mail
- Gail Kendrick, Arts Centre, has been named Apprentice of the Year

Cornish Post
- Research at Warwick revealed standard procedures for treatment of lameness in sheep may make the condition worse

Coventry Telegraph
- Dr Sarah York, History, is exploring individual experiences and memories of modern warfare from soldiers and civilians

Coventry Telegraph
- Olympic Gold medal stamps will be on sale at the Post Office on campus

Coventry Telegraph
- Graduate Frank Skinner is happy to be a father

Coventry Telegraph
- Mairi Macintyre, who works at Warwick, is helping to cycle Lady Godiva as part of the Cultural Olympiad

Coventry Telegraph
- Warwick has hosted a warm-up event for the Paralympics Games

Coventry Telegraph
- Professor Peter Winstanley, WMS, has been appointed to non-executive member of the UHCW NHS Trust
Also in Nuneaton News

East Lothian News
- The British Junior Nationwide Disability Athletic Championships have taken place at Warwick

In Business
- Warwick is part of a consortium researching supercomputing

Leicester Mercury
- Warwick is hosting the England Under 16s football training camp

Nuneaton News
- Student Olivia Williams has been picked for the England dodgeball squad

Sleaford Target
- Student James Christen is climbing Mount Kilimanjaro for charity

Southern Echo
- The MRC has digitalised their Spanish Civil War archive

Stevenage Advertiser
- Student Katie Lambert took part in the Opening Ceremony of the Olympics
Also in Hitchin Advertiser

Western Mail
- Article on former Director of Corporate Relations Ajan Reginald

Western Mail
- Professor Nick Crafts, Economics, warned the recession would be longer and harder than thought